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The Freshman
In his uniquely riotous way Harold plays an intrepid college boy intent on becoming Most Popular Man on Campus.
Directed by FRED NEWMEYER , SAM TAYLOR TV version produced by BOB HOAG
. Films: page 105

Contributors

Directed By:
Fred Newmeyer
Directed By:
Sam Taylor
Produced By:
Bob Hoag

Charlie Brown is depressed by the modern spirit of Christmas - even Snoopy has gone commercial! ' What you need is involvement' advises Lucy for five cents. So Charlie Brown is asked to direct the Christmas play ...

Contributors

Unknown:
Charlie Brown
Unknown:
Charlie Brown

This cartoon film from China relates the misadventures and misfortunes of mischievous Monkey before he sets out on his epic journey to India to help bring back the tablets of the Buddha and how he incurred the wrath of the celestial Jade Emperor and was flung out of Heaven for stealing the peaches of immortality.
Produced by Shanghai Animation Film Studio

Contributors

Director:
Wan Lai-Ming
Production:
Shanghai Animation Film Studio

Nowell, Nowell, Nowell, Nowell, Born is the King of Israel.
But who actually delivered the new-born King? Arthur Dooley 's sculpture Joseph and Child, commissioned by the Church of St Joseph the Worker in Kirkby, shows Joseph holding up the child he has helped to deliver.
This film tells how Dooley developed his ideas into a remarkable sculpture.
Producer ERIC DAVIDSON

Contributors

Unknown:
Arthur Dooley
Producer:
Eric Davidson

Richard Stilgoe introduces a concert of carols and Christmas music from the Royal Albert Hall, London. featuring
The London Choral Society conductor NICHOLAS CLEOBURY with The King's Singers
The English Brass Ensemble
The Haberdashers' Aske's School Boys' Choir director ALAN TAYLOR
Tristan Fry (percussion) Margaret Phillips (organ) Fiona Hibbert (harp)
Lighting CLIVE POTTER. Sound JEFF BAKER Producer KEN GRIFFIN

Contributors

Unknown:
Richard Stilgoe
Unknown:
Royal Albert
Conductor:
Nicholas Cleobury
Director:
Alan Taylor
Unknown:
Tristan Fry
Unknown:
Margaret Phillips
Harp:
Fiona Hibbert
Unknown:
Clive Potter.
Unknown:
Jeff Baker
Producer:
Ken Griffin

Tonight's Christmas choice is: Leonardo Da Vinci (1452-1519) Virgin and Child with St Anne at the Louvre, Paris.
Giorgio Vasari, the first biographer of Leonardo, wrote, ' The heavens often rain down the richest gifts on human beings naturally, but sometimes with lavish abundance bestow upon a single individual beauty, grace and ability, so that whatever he does, every action is so divine that he outdistances all other men.' Written and narrated by EDWIN MULLINS
Executive producers BILL MORTON and KENNETH CORDEN. Director ROBIN LOUGN (Tomorrow a new theme: Music)

Contributors

Unknown:
Leonardo Da Vinci
Unknown:
St Anne
Unknown:
Edwin Mullins
Producers:
Bill Morton
Producers:
Kenneth Corden.
Director:
Robin Lougn

Directed by AKIRA KUROSAWA The feature film starring
In 1902 a Russian army unit, commanded by Captain Arsenyev, is conducting a survey of the huge forest on Russia's Pacific seaboard. When a strange old man emerges from the forest they are at first inclined to ridicule him, but Dersu Uzala 's uncanny instinct for survival soon earns their respect.
Screenplay by AKIRA KUROSAWA and YURI NAGIBIN based on the novels by VLADIMIR ARSENYEV. Films: page 105
(A Russian film with English subtitles)

Contributors

Directed By:
Akira Kurosawa
Unknown:
Dersu Uzala
Play By:
Akira Kurosawa
Unknown:
Vladimir Arsenyev.
Dersu Uzala:
Maksim Munzuk
Capt Arsenyev:
Yuri Solomin

in two ballets that go back to the Edwardian world of Elgar and the high spirits of Vienna with the music of Johann Strauss. The Sanguine Fan
Carlton House Terrace, a summer evening 1905
Music by EDWARD ELGAR
Choreography RONALD HYND Costumes PETER DOCHERTY
With VALERIE AITKEN, LINDA DAR-RELL, CAROLINE HUMPSTON, KATHLEEN MUNSON, CHRISTOPHER MERCER,
MICHAEL PINK, JEAN LOUIS CABANE, JOHN WHILLANS
Television director RODNEY GREENBERG
Graduation Ball
An end-of-term party at a girls' school, Vienna 1840
Music by JOHANN STRAUSS Arranged by ANTAL DORATI
Choreography DAVID LICHINE with artists of the LONDON FESTIVAL BALLET, director JOHN FIELD
ORCHESTRA OF THE LONDON FESTIVAL BALLET, conductor TERENCE KERN
TV sound ADRIAN STOCKS. ANTHONY PHILPOT TV lighting BILL MILLAR TV designer KEN SHARP Producer PATRICIA FOY
Book, The Magic of Dance, £11.75, from booksellers

Contributors

Unknown:
Johann Strauss.
Music By:
Edward Elgar
Unknown:
Peter Docherty
Music By:
Johann Strauss
Arranged By:
Antal Dorati
Unknown:
David Lichine
Conductor:
Terence Kern
Unknown:
Anthony Philpot
Unknown:
Bill Millar
Producer:
Patricia Foy
The twin brothers:
Ben van Cauwenbergh
The twin brothers:
Nigel Burgoine
Girl in pink:
Manola Asensio
Woman in red:
Patricia Ruanne
The butler:
Terry Hayworth
Headmistress:
Trevor Wood
General:
David Long
Head:
Girl Andria-Hall
Girl in pigtails:
Lucia Truglia
Leading cadet:
Jean Louis Cabane
Drummer boy:
Matz Skoog
Sylphide:
Manola Asensio
Scotsman:
Jay Jolley

A sing-along of Country Music songs from the circus ring of The Hippodrome, Great Yarmouth led bv
Little
Ginny Lome Gibson , The Mintings Pete Sayers , Tammy Cline and George Hamilton IV
The 35 songs in 45 minutes include medleys of juke-box favourites and Hank Williams songs.
Musical director BILL CLARKE
Sound JEFF BAKER. Lighting JOHN ELFES Director RICK GARDNER Producer DOUGLAS HESPE

Contributors

Unknown:
Ginny Lome Gibson
Unknown:
Mintings Pete Sayers
Unknown:
Tammy Cline
Unknown:
George Hamilton
Unknown:
Hank Williams
Director:
Bill Clarke
Unknown:
Jeff Baker.
Unknown:
John Elfes
Director:
Rick Gardner

with Barbara Harris
Peter Wilson , a brilliant writer and cartoonist, avoids and allegedly detests women. But a chance meeting - due to his massive shortsightedness - sends him into the arms of an attractive assistant at an eye specialist....
Humour and romantic complications are the order of the day in this cynical, occasionally abrasive comedy, based on the writings of James Thurber. A character brilliantly portrayed by Jack Lemmon in his inimitable bitter-comic style.
Screenplay by MELVILLE SHAVELSON and DANNY ARNOLD
Produced by DANNY ARNOLD
Director MELVILLE SHAVELSON. Films: plO5 (First showing on British television)

Contributors

Unknown:
Barbara Harris
Unknown:
Peter Wilson
Play By:
Melville Shavelson
Unknown:
Danny Arnold
Produced By:
Danny Arnold
Director:
Melville Shavelson.
Peter Wilson:
Jack Lemmon
Terry Kozlenko:
Barbara Harris
Stephen Kozlenko:
Jason Robards
Howard Mann:
Herb Edelman
Linda Kozlenko:
Lisa Gerritsen
David Kozlenko:
Moosie Drier
Dr Harris:
Severn Darden
Caroline Kozlenko:
Lisa Eilbacher
Mrs Schenker:
Lucille Meredith
Elderly woman:
Ruth McDevitt
Florist delivery man:
Joey Faye
Man:
Alan de Witt
Minister:
John Zaremba
Bernie:
Rick Gates
Old hag:
Lea Marmer
Nurse:
Janya Brannt

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